With the exit of captain John Tavares, a lot of changes have come to the New York Islanders. 

A new coach, a new general manager and some interesting roster turnover. 

That roster turnover might not be finished as it looks like the Islanders 2014 first round pick has run himself out of town. 

Forward Josh Ho-Sang has stirred up a bit of controversy once again in regards to some recent comments in which he called his situation "unfair". 

"I felt like they had their minds made up on what was going to happen and what the team was going to look like," Ho-Sang told the New York Post recently "It's OK. They had the whole summer to plan that. I don't know if you watched any of the games, but I didn't play a lot. It's OK. It is what it is". 

There's a debate on whether the Islanders mismanaged a young asset or that Ho-Sang is simply a brat, however it's clear to multiple insiders that Ho-Sang is gone. 

In 43 career NHL games Ho-Sang has registered 22 points which includes six goals. Last year in the AHL he registered 31 points in 50 games and has four assists in nine games so far this season in the AHL. 

The Islanders had two first round picks in the 2014 draft, selecting Michael Dal Colle with the fifth pick overall and Ho-Sang with the 28th pick overall.